The first Russian rocket to fly with people aboard since a harrowing failure two months ago blasted off Monday morning in a successful return to flight, carrying a Spokane astronaut. Lt. Col. Anne.. Credit: Seattle Times - Published
An investigation has found that a failed Russian rocket launch three weeks ago that aborted after just two minutes was caused by a sensor that was damaged during assembly, a top Russian official said..
American astronaut Nick Hague who survived a dramatic failure of a Russian rocket says he's lucky the emergency abort system worked. He was one of two people in the capsule. This was the first launch..
The International Space Station is about to get three new residents.
On Monday, NASA astronaut Anne McClain, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques, and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenkoof launched.. Credit: Mashable - Published
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A U.S. astronaut says she has no qualms about riding a Russian rocket next month despite back-to-back mishaps. NASA astronaut Anne McClain said Friday that spaceflight is.. Credit: SeattlePI.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times
· *The next rocket mission for SpaceX, called SSO-A, will launch 71 small satellites into orbit at once.*
· *Three satellites belong to HawkEye 360, a startup that aims to "see" radio-wave emissions.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
The Russian space agency Roscosmos released footage of the nearly-disastrous rocket launch that imperiled the lives of NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin on October.. Credit: Mashable - Published
· *A Russian Soyuz rocket carrying two people failed in mid-flight on October 12.*
· *The crew — NASA astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin — had their space capsule ejected.. Credit: Business Insider - Published
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian Soyuz rocket put a military satellite in orbit on Thursday, its first successful launch since a similar rocket failed earlier this month to deliver a crew to the International.. Credit: SFGate - Published Also reported by •SeattlePI.com •Seattle Times
American astronaut Nick Hague who survived a dramatic failure of a Russian rocket says he's lucky the emergency abort system worked. He was one of two people in the capsule. This was the first launch.. Credit: CBS News - Published